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A group of people who illegally filmed guests by installing cameras in all rooms of a motel in Yangpyeong, Gyeonggi-do was caught by the police.

The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency's Cyber ​​Investigation Division announced today (14th) that it had arrested four people, including the main culprit A, on charges of violating the Sexual Violence Punishment Act (photographing using a camera) and sent them to the prosecution earlier this month. 

It is known that Mr. A and his gang purchased a motel employee and installed a 1mm-diameter camera on computer monitors in about 20 rooms.

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They secretly filmed guests staying at the motel for over six months, and hundreds of victims were investigated. 

A police official said, "It is difficult to reveal specific details as we are investigating the female crimes against the gang." 

According to the National Police Agency data secured by Justice Party lawmaker Jang Hye-young’s office, a total of 28,369 illegal filming cases were detected over the past five years from 2016 to last year. 

Illegal filming caught in subways and stations accounted for the most with 6,459 cases, followed by street vendors, shops, and markets (3,861 cases), apartments and houses (3,816 cases), lodging establishments and bathrooms (1,832 cases), and other means of transportation (944 cases). followed. 

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